This book is aimed at experienced developers, probably coming from a C++, Java, or VB background, but no previous experience of C# or .NET programming is assumed.
This book will provide the ideal introduction to writing C# programs on the .NET Framework for developers who are serious about C#, and want all the facts, now.
This book is fine,, though I won't say its a great book..
the really good C# book I found was Inside C#,
some chapters stand out but in some places this bok just loses... Read more
There's a lot of mixed reviews about this book . The table contents promises to give a lot of information which it does but not efficiently . Read more
The book is a great book for new comers to the C# language and to the .NET platform itself as well. It is kind of scattered about, not very much flow to it. Read morePublished on July 10 2003 by "gk919"
I have to agree with the previous reviewers who say this book is not up to Wrox standards. This book is "all over the place", meaning there's little cohesion between... Read morePublished on May 10 2003
Perhaps I'm writing this prematurely, as I'm not even close to being done with the book. But so far, I've found it to be a good book. Read morePublished on May 6 2003 by Paul Doland
This book does have good information if you are new to C# but do not expect to get the examples off the web as the book promises. Read morePublished on May 2 2003
This book has nothing to do with professional!
I spend hours to get rid of the "bugs" this book put into my programs. Read more
This is the worst book on C#. Lots of mistakes in the programs and the text. Also, there is a huge amount of overlap between all the different author's chapters, none of whom seem... Read morePublished on March 20 2003 by Jeff Jones
Of all the C# books I own (I own 5), this is by far the worst. Can you learn from this book? Sure, but you have to deal with mistakes in the code examples, crummy explanations of... Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2003 by Jacob Thornton